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PASS SQL Saturday in Parma

This year, 22 November, PASS SQL Saturday will come to Parma, my birth town. I’m proud to be the organizer of that event.
Our community, dotnethell.it, will be there and you can meet some of us ??

As you can see in the homepage, the venue will be the University Campus.
A special thanks goes to prof. Stefano Cagnoni, of the Department of Information Engineering, who assisted me in these last months.
Great thanks to Karla Landrum, from PASS.
Again, a thanks goes to UGISS and to my friends MarcoDavide and Danilo.
Michael and I are working on final details, but we’re near to the end.
What will be the content of the sessions?
SQL Server, for sure!
We will speak about new features available on SQL Server 2014 (like in-memory OLTP), third party tools (like red-gate and ApexSQL tools), team work, database unit testing, Visual Studio, Entity Framework, Troubleshooting, Tuning, Temporal Queries and so on, in order to cover the most part of daily troubles/missions of a dev/DBA.
The event is TOTALLY FREE of charge. This is another reason to attend.
Call for Speakers is open now. Do you want to speak?
Do you want to become a SPONSOR? Read more on sponsorship plan page.
We’re still working on the agenda, so, keep visiting this page. You can build your own schedule when the sessions are ready.
If you plan to attend, register now, it’s free!
Stay Tuned! 

Alessandro Alpi

Alessandro Alpi worked in the IT area as a developer from 2000 to 2005 and as a DBA/DBDeveloper/.net Developer since 2005. He worked as a web solutions developer (between ASP to the most recent versions of ASP.NET), windows application and services developer with languages C# and VBNet. But recent years he begins to study the data layer, using SQL Server deeply. He is also a trainer in companies, taking sessions on object-oriented programming based on Framework and Microsoft SQL Server, with particular attention to Integration Services. He is a Microsoft Certified Professional and Microsoft Certified Trainer. He managed his blog on dotnethell.it. He is a staff member of this community and he replies in the discussions on dotnethell.it forums. He likes sports and he’s trying to reach handicap on his favourite sport: golf. He plays indoor soccer, swimming and surfing with his snowboard. In the spare time he reads (his favourite books are SQL Server manuals) and he plays on RPG on line.


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